White Chocolate Bluberry Muffins / Mafini sa bijelom čokoladom i borovnicama

If you’ve read my previous recipe for cashew milk, you’ve noticed that a byproduct is some leftover cashew pulp. Of course, I didn’t want to throw that goodness away, so I came up with a quick and easy muffin recipe instead. Incidentally, I had some white chocolate lying around, so into the muffins it went. Let me tell you, these turned out sooo delicious.

Also, I decided to bake these into mini muffins, but the recipe bellow would yield 12 regular sized muffins.

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INGREDIENTS:

(Yields 12 muffins / 0.27 EUR per muffin / 3.19 EUR for all)

2 eggs (0.40 EUR)

1 and ½ cups yogurt (0.60 EUR)

1 tsp pure vanilla extract (0.03 EUR)

2 tbsp butter, melted (0.27 EUR)

¼ cup cashew pulp (free – it was a leftover from another recipe)

½ cup ground sunflower seeds (0.07 EUR)

4 tbsp sugar (0.03 EUR)

2 cups all-purpose flour (0.20 EUR)

1 tsp baking powder (0.01 EUR)

½ tsp baking soda (0.01 EUR)

Good pinch of salt (0.01 EUR)

2/3 cup white chocolate chunks (0.67 EUR)

2/3 cup frozen blueberries (0.89 EUR)

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METHOD:

Preheat the oven to 200°C. Lightly grease your muffin tin with a bit of oil or butter, but skip this step if using silicone muffin molds. In a large bowl, whisk together eggs, yogurt and vanilla. Pour in melted butter and whisk to incorporate. Add in cashew pulp, ground sunflower seeds, sugar, flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt, then stir until just combined. Gently fold in white chocolate chunks and frozen blueberries. Pour the mixture into the prepared muffin tin.

Bake for about 25 minutes, until golden brown on top. Allow the muffins to cool for about 5 minutes before removing them from the pan and transferring to a cooling rack. Serve the muffins warm or at room temperature.

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Ako ste pročitali moj prethodni recept za mlijeko od indijskih oraščića, onda znate da je nusprodukt toga i pulpa. Naravno, ja ju ni u kojem slučaju nisam htjela baciti, pa sam na brzinu smislila jednostavni recept za mafine. Također, doma mi se baš našlo i nešto bijele čokolade koju sam isto ubacila u smjesu, a mafini su naravno ispali prefini.

Ja sam odlučila ispeći mini mafine, ali recept u nastavku je za 12 mafina normalne veličine.

SASTOJCI:

(Za 12 mafina / 1,97 kn po mafinu / 23,68 za sve)

2 jaja (3,00 kn)

1 i ½ šalica jogurta (4,50 kn)

1 žličica ekstrakta od vanilije (0,20 kn)

2 žlice maslaca, rastopljene (2,00 kn)

¼ šalice pulpe od indijskih oraščića (besplatno – ostalo od drugog recepta!)

½ šalice mljevenih suncokretovih sjemenki (0,50 kn)

4 žlice šećera (0,20 kn)

2 šalice glatkog brašna (1,50 kn)

1 žličica praška za pecivo (0,10 kn)

½ žličice sode bikarbone (0,01 kn)

Dobar prstohvat soli (0,01 kn)

2/3 šalice komadića bijele čokolade (5,00 kn)

2/3 šalice smrznutih borovnica (6,66 kn)

PRIPREMA:

Zagrijte pećnicu na 200°C. Ako koristite plehnati kalup za mafine, lagano ga namastite sa malo ulja ili maslaca. Za silikonske kalupe ovaj korak preskočite. U velikoj zdjeli razmutite zajedno jaja, jogurt i vaniliju. Dodajte maslac pa promiješajte da se inkorporira. Sada dodajte pulpu od indijskih oraščića, mljevene suncokretove sjemenke, šećer, brašno, prašak za pecivo, sodu bikarbonu i sol, te sve promiješajte tek toliko koliko treba da se sastojci sjedine. Nježno umiješajte čokoladu i borovnice pa smjesu rasporedite po pripremljenim kalupima.

Pecite oko 25 minuta, dok mafini ne budu zlatno-smeđi. Ostavite ih pet minuta da se malo ohlade prije nego ih izvadite iz kalupa i stavite hladiti na rešetku. Mafine poslužite tople ili na sobnoj temperaturi.

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White Chocolate Bluberry Muffins / Mafini sa bijelom čokoladom i borovnicama

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